Muting the Active Microphone
Press the mute
button on the remote control. When the active microphone is muted in a call, the microphone symbol
the muted microphone
Managing Video Layout
During a call, video from the connected caller appears in your monitor. You can change the screen layout of near and far end video.
Understanding Screen Layouts
Typically, screen layouts appear as the following types:
A far end participant or a presentation appears on the left window.
Your site (the near end participant) appears on the right window.
If you choose a screen layout that shows a single video images, the selected site is displayed.
Changing the Screen Layout
1. During a call, press the [LAYOUT] button to display the layout select window.
2. Selects the screen layout using the left[<] or right[>] arrow button.
3. Press the [OK] button to confirm it.
During a call, you can sharing contents of the PC.
1. Connect the PC to the system with D-SUB cable. (See page 16)
2. Press the [CONTENT] button. The PC screen is displayed on the near end video window.
This unit supports 640 X 480, 800 X 600, 1024 X 768 and 1280 X 768 resolutions for PC output resolutions.
Viewing Call information
You can view the call information.
1. During a call, press the [INFO] button.
The current call information window is displayed on the screen.
Call Protocol: Shows the call protocol.
Resolution: Shows the resolution, in pixels, of the video image transmitted or received.
Video Frame Rate: Shows the video frame rate in frames per second.
Video/Audio Codec: Shows the Video/Audio codec used to compress and decompress the Video/Audio.
Video Packet loss/Audio Packet loss: Shows the number of packets of data that fail to reach their destination. Packet loss can be caused
by a number of factors, including signal degradation over the network medium, oversaturated network links, corrupted packets rejected
in-transit, faulty networking hardware, maligned system drivers or network applications, or normal routing routines.
Video/Audio jitter: Shows the variation, in milliseconds, in the time between packets arriving, caused by network congestion, timing
drift, or route changes.
Video/Audio BW: Shows the amount of Video/Audio data transferred per second in kilobits.
Cumulative: Shows the up to date count of packets lost in the call.
Percentage: Shows packet loss as a percentage of the total packets sent.
2. Press the [OK] button to exit.